Why A Lack Of Sleep Is Causing Weight Gain (And What To Do About It)

Creams, pills, lasers, wraps; we will try anything to avoid the cold hard reality that exercise, is our best bet with weight loss. (Along with a healthy diet.)


Studies have shown that people who exercise in the morning, tend to stick with their exercise habits. As the day unfolds, other distractions play a big role in why we don’t end up working out.

Obviously it is more important, to simply exercise any time you can… morning, night, or evening. ย Not all of us are “morning people” or have time in the a.m.

Getting out of bed at the crack of dawn, to get into a cold car, and drive to the gym, sounds about as much fun as the dentist.


Perhaps a little motivation will help you? Research suggests that morning exercise improves sleep, a benefit that could also promote weight loss. Why?

A poor quality sleep influences certain hormones that control appetite. ย A lack of sleep could have you snacking or feeling hungry more often.

We live in an insomniac world; most of us are sleep deprived, living a sedentary lifestyle, eating food to self-soothe, too exhausted to exercise, waitingย for the weekend.

According to a study done by Harvard, it takes one week to adjust to a new sleeping schedule.


Making change is never easy. You have a choice: Invest in your health; or (one day) pay for your choices. Your body is keeping track of what you eat, how much you sleep, and if you exercise.

Get a coffee machine with a timer, find a workout buddy, go to bed early, stick with it.

You will notice a different in how you look, and feel.




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